The illegal immigration crisis has already skyrocketed out of control under the Biden Administration.
With estimates of around two million illegal migrants crossing the border last year, border patrol resources have reached their breaking point.
Biden’s latest initiative, revoking Title 42, will effectively obliterate that breaking point and make illegal immigration much worse.
Title 42, a Trump Era immigration authority that empowered the government to more quickly get rid of illegals caught on public health grounds, is a strategic tool utilized to defend the border.
In revoking Title 42, Biden will essentially surrender the border to cartels that push illicit cargo into the country, warns Border Patrol union chief Brandon Judd.
Drugs cartels will control the U.S. border once the Biden administration lifts Title 42 at the end of May, warns Border Patrol union chief Brandon Judd.https://t.co/7vj8Nol2SE
— Real America's Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) April 6, 2022
NBPC President Brandon Judd appeared on Fox & Friends First to discuss the disastrous Biden Admin idea of ending Title 42 & the mass chaos it's likely to unleash.
— Border Patrol Union – NBPC (@BPUnion) March 30, 2022
Just the News reported:
“We are ultimately going to wave the white flag of surrender,” said Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, during a briefing of House Republicans. “The cartels are going to control our borders.
“They’re going to create gaps in our coverage and going to cross more of their drugs, their fentanyl — and more of our U.S. citizens are going to die simply because this administration doesn’t want to give the proper policies to protect U.S. citizens.”
Judd warned that returning to a “catch-and-release” policy of releasing migrants apprehended at the border and ordering them to report to court at a later date is not a sufficient policy.
“Catch-and-release is the single biggest driver of illegal immigration,” he said. “If we reward people for violating our laws, people are going to continue to come.”
Judd said 240 miles of the southern border are “left completely open” and unguarded at any given time, leaving cartels opportunities for expanded drug and human trafficking.
“They exploit our policies to create these gaps of 240 miles,” he said.
Chris Cabrena, vice president of the union for the Rio Grande Valley Sector, said the border patrol does not know exactly how many migrants are entering the U.S. undetected.
Watch the interview with Judd below: